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RUGBY

RUGBY

FUTURELIFE®’s nutritional credentials are well known by more serious sportsmen and women with FUTURELIFE® being the smart choice for marathon runners, rugby players, track and field athletes. FUTURELIFE® enables and supports the sporting dreams and achievements of sports men and women by supporting and sponsoring teams and athletes such as the South African Rugby Sevens, the Nedbank Running Club, the HPC at Tuks, sports teams at schools and UJ, Wits and Stellenbosch.

RUGBY

FUTURELIFE® is the nutritional sponsor for two key members of the Springbok Sevens setup, Neil Powell and Marius Schoeman, as well as Sharks centre/wing and former Blitzboks star Werner Kok. 

 

WERNER KOK

SHARKS CENTRE/WING AND FORMER BLITZBOK

SEVENS PLAYING CAREER (2013-2020)
  • 261 World Rugby Sevens Series matches for the Blitzboks
  • 109 tries in the World Rugby Sevens Series
FIFTEENS PLAYING CAREER (2016-2021)
  • Western Province (2016-2018)
  • Toulouse (2019)
  • Sharks (2020-21)
AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • Won a gold medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year (2015)
  • Won World Rugby Sevens Series titles in 2016-17 and 2017-18
  • Won a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympic Games
  • Part of the Sharks squad that reached the Currie Cup final in 2020-21
  • Regarded as the Sharks’ best player in their two matches against the British & Irish Lions

SIVIWE SOYIZWAPI

SA SEVENS PLAYER AND CAPTAIN

Position: Wing
SA SEVENS PLAYER 2015-present
  • Captain
  • 31 World Rugby Sevens tournaments.
  • 95 International tries on HSBC World Sevens Series Circuit
  • HSBC World Sevens Series winner 2017/2018
  • World Rugby Sevens World Cup 2018
  • Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018
  • Tokyo Olympic Games 2020

NEIL POWELL

SPRINGBOK SEVENS HEAD COACH

SEVENS PLAYING CAREER (2001-2012)

  • Springbok Sevens captain
  • 33 World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments
  • Part of the Springbok Sevens team that won the 2008-09 World Rugby Sevens Series

FIFTEENS PLAYING CAREER (2000-2008)

  • South Africa U21 (1999)
  • Free State Cheetahs (2000-2003)
  • Sharks (2003)
  • Cats (2004–2005)
  • Griquas (2005)
  • Blue Bulls (2006–2007)
  • Free State Cheetahs (2008)

AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

  • Coached the Blitzboks to the gold medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
  • Coached the Blitzboks to the bronze medal at the 2016 Olympic Games
  • Coached the Blitzboks to back-to-back World Rugby Sevens Series titles in 2016-17 and 2017-18
  • SA Rugby Coach of the Year (2017 and 2018)
  • Coach of the World Rugby Sevens Series (2018)
  • Coached the Blitzboks at the 2020 Olympic Games

MARIUS SCHOEMAN

SA RUGBY SEVENS HIGH-PERFORMANCE MANAGER

SEVENS PLAYING CAREER (2001-2010)

  • Springbok Sevens captain
  • SA Rugby Sevens Player of the Year (2003)
  • 44 World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments
  • 103 World Rugby Sevens Series tries
  • Part of the Springbok Sevens team that won the 2008-09 World Rugby Sevens Series

FIFTEENS PLAYING CAREER (1995-2006)

  • Western Province U18 (1995-96)
  • Boland U21 (1998-1999)
  • Boland (1999-2000)
  • Mpumalanga Pumas (2001-2003)
  • Golden Lions (2004-2006)

FIFTEENS PLAYING CAREER (1995-2006)

  • Winning 28 of 31 sevens tournaments as manager and coach of the SA Sevens Academy
  • Part of the Springbok Sevens management team during their World Rugby Sevens Series-winning campaigns in 2016-17 and 2017-18
  • Responsible for identifying, contracting and coaching of more than 50% of the SA Sevens team for the 2016 Olympic Games
  • Involved with the Princess de Charlene Charity Foundation – a youth skill development/exchange programme

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